The new PSP goes on a diet ... and steroids

Subject: General Tech | July 13, 2007 - 09:07 AM |
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The only thing HEXUS didn't get was picture of the new PSP.  They do have a complete listing of the components in it, the interfaces available as well as it's weight.   The biggest thing is the 4.3" monitor that has a 16:9 ratio.  Read what Sony has in store for mobile gaming.

"At Sony's press conference yesterday we mentioned that an enhanced design for PSP is due to hit stores worldwide in

September. Here's the full details:

While succeeding the basic functions and design philosophy of the current PSP including a 4.3 inch wide high

resolution LCD screen, overwhelmingly large for a handheld device, new PSP is 33 percent lighter and 19 percent

slimmer than the original version, making the all-in-one handheld entertainment system easier to carry around at

approx.189g in weight (weight of current model is approx.280g) and approx.18.6mm in thickness (thickness of current

model is approx.23.0 mm).

Adding a video-out port enables new PSP users to experience UMD (Universal Media Disc) Video, pictures and movies

from Memory Stick Duo and game software titles on their TVs at home. Also, new PSP is equipped with enhanced feature

to temporarily store game data from UMD, reducing load time during game play. Moreover, the ability to charge the

unit throughPS3 or PC via USB cable during data transfer is newly equipped, further positioning PSP as a true

handheld device.

A new PSP comes in three basic colors of Piano Black, Ceramic White, and Ice Silver to meet a variety of lifestyle

and preferences for all ages."

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Source: Hexus
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